The former Swansea boss has a 1 year rolling contract and said all the right things in today's press conference.
However, it doesn't matter who the manager is, or how good he is, if he's not left to manage the team without the constant interference of the chairman-as has happened over the last few years. Monk must be given time-not in fear of his job if the first half dozen games don't go to plan. He has to get some financial backing too-the squad needs a lot of quality adding-some top players in this division-not a series of journeymen. He also needs Cellino to tie up the likes of Cook and Taylor, 2 huge players who only have a year left on their contract. If Massimo can see the error of his ways, and properly back Monk, he may start to buy himself a bit of time from the ever growing list of doubters..today was a start..